Rome Ciampino Airport

Aeroporto di Roma-Ciampino "Giovan Battista Pastine"

Historical approach and aerodrome charts

Aeroporto di Roma-Ciampino: Carte di avvicinamento

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CoordinatesN414756 E0123542 (WGS84) Google Maps
Location indicatorLIRA
Map with location of Rome Ciampino Airport airfield, Italy

In the 1950s

Range approach chart runway 16 Rome Ciampino Airport, Italy 1953
Range approach runway 16 (October 1953) - The map also shows the location of the airfields of Centocelle, Guidonia and Urbe. (Source: US DoD)
NDB approach chart runway 16 Rome Ciampino Airport, Italy 1953
NDB approach runway 16 (October 1953) - West of the field there is already a VOR radio beacons with the identifier "KO". (Source: US DoD)
Map of Rome Ciampino Airport, Italy 1953
Airport map (October 1953) - The dimensions of runway 16/34 are given in feet: 2,250 m x 60 m (7,382 ft x 197 ft). Immediately northeast is a parallel runway of perforated steel plates (PSP), which is closed (hatched) (Source: US DoD)

In the 1960s

ILS approach chart runway 16R Rome Ciampino Airport, Italy 1960
ILS approach runway 16R (October 1960) (Source: US DoD)

Index to the objects shown on the maps


  • Rom Ciampino, Centocelle, Guidona, Rom Urbe

Radio beacons with identifier:

  • Ciampino Range "KO"
  • Ostia NDB "WR"
  • Roma NDB "LJ", VOR "KO", Localizer "CI", Outer Marker, Middle Marker, Inner Marker
  • Urbe NDB "IKO"

Air traffic control / Communications:

  • Ciampino Approach Control, Ciampino Tower, Ciampino Ground Control, GCA
  • Rome Approach Control

Landmarks and places:

  • Città del Vaticano (Vatican City), Fiume Tevere (Tiber), Lago Albano, Lago di Nemi, Ottavia, Pignattara, Pte Chiesaceia

Source for all maps, if not marked otherwise: US Department of Defense (US DoD)


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